We are happy we can finally share with you the newest beta release. Over the past months, we have worked hard towards a major update. An update where we touched almost all parts of the Yarado platform with the focus to make developing tasks faster, more stable, and more fun.
Furthermore, more features are added to the Yarado Portal to make it easier to manage robots and tasks, the ability to monitor your runs, and the possibility to share tasks easily within your organization.
- Increase speed to value and create more stable processes using the new canvas and new browser extension.
- Always be in control of your robots and tasks with the Web Orchestrator and integrate your task in other processes using the webhook.
- Easily share tasks with colleagues and create reusable subtasks that are highly maintainable. Making it easy to build modular tasks.
- Always stay up-to-date with the processing status of your tasks, either on task level or on record level. Helpful for reporting purposes.
Speed up implementation of building tasks with the newly developed canvas. By using the new canvas, you are able to work with multiple tasks opened in one window and do you have to ability to copy/ paste steps between the opened tasks. Furthermore, the performance of the canvas has been highly optimised to make building and editing tasks even faster.
We have launched our very own browser extension for all Chromium-based browser and Firefox to better interact with webpages. By the extension, you are able to gather data from webpages and perform multiple actions on an element in a faster and more stable way. Furthermore, it is now possible to interact with the browser itself – such as opening a new tab or waiting for a download to be finished.
Since the beginning of our software we have the Orchestrator to schedule tasks and to divide workload over multiple machines. In this beta you are now able to control these features using the Yarado Portal, where you can also find the functionality to trigger a task using a web hook.
This year even more integrations are expected to integrate your Yarado process within other processes more easily.
Once your RPA development team gets bigger the need will arise to share tasks with colleagues in an efficient way. This is what we have solved for your team with the ability to publish tasks to the Yarado Portal. By publishing a task, the task is available for your colleagues. An updated version of the task will even be automatically used for future scheduled runs using the Web Orchestrator.
And since working with subtasks is a best-practice, it is now even easier to include published tasks within other (main) tasks. Once the subtasks needs a change, you can easily edit the subtask, publish it, and the updated version will be used by all main tasks.
Using the Web Orchestrator also give you the possibility to monitor your tasks in realtime. Within your task you can add multiple steps to send a log to the Yarado Portal, which will then be used to build a timeline of your task’s performance and what records are processed by the task.
Two Factor Authentication and Single Sign-On
With the Yarado Portal becoming more and more a place to manage robots, tasks and schedules, we have implemented the possibility to enable Two Factor Authentication and/or Single Sign-On (Microsoft and Google). Both options can be enabled at user or organisation level.
Everyone who is part of the beta-tester group can easily download the latest version from the Yarado Portal.
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